Images: Rescue of Schenectady 19-year-old on Algonquin Peak in Adirondacks (3 photos)

From the rescue
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From the rescue

ESSEX COUNTY – The state Department of Environmental Conservation released photos of the rescue of a Schenectady 19-year-old from near the summit of Algonquin Peak early Monday morning.

State forest rangers rescued the city resident from waist-high snow and got him to a waiting ambulance and the hospital.

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The DEC’s photos of the rescue:

More: Schenectady 19-year-old rescued in Adirondacks; Rangers find him near peak, warm him, get him to safety

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One Comment

Sheila Neugebauer

Yes, this is Sheila M. Neugebauer. Is the name of the 19-yr. Old published in the article? I’m glad he was rescued, and hopefully surviving. Much thanks to the people who rescued him. (This is not to be published.)

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